Modern spotted gum timber cladded house designed by Platinum Building Group situated in Elwood, Australia.
No, you didn’t have too much to drink, this building is infact upside down.
It sure could scare some locals from London after passing by this building, thinking that they had a bit too much and that they’re seeing upside down.
This London based building has been created by Hackney artist Alex Chinneck and is made by fake materials palette of brickwork and white plaster.
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Located in São Paulo, Brazil, this contemporary single-family residence was designed by Fernanda Marques.
The experience is completely raw…opens the door for simple pleasures like hearing the first rains hit the roof or that giddy feeling of getting to the couch to pick up where you left off in a good read. Such a place is Vorstadt 14 set in the Swiss Alps, before snow has graced the waterfront village of Zug.
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Buildings come in a wide amount of shapes and functions, and have been adapted throughout history for a wide number of factors, from building materials available, to weather conditions, to land prices, ground conditions, specific uses and aesthetic reasons. Buildings have also become objects or canvasses of artistic expression.
A beautiful home with plenty of personal touches sits perfectly in the lush greenery surrounding it. [View More Photos at Inthralld.com]
Moraga Residence is a minimalist house located in California, USA, designed by Jennifer Weiss Architecture. This interior architectural remodel transformed an existing awkward, dark, ranch house into a modern, light and view filled space – with a limited budget. With strategic moves, the interior architecture was transformed.
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This cozy vacation home designed for a family, to relax in an amazing setting was created by Breese Architects, situated in Mink Meadows, Massachusetts.
Baan Moom is a modern minimalist home constructed for a family of five in Bangkok, Thailand by design studio Integrated Field.